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Carbureted vs. EFI: Fuelab Examines How Fuel Line Size Relates to Fuel Pressure Drop (and Why it Matters)!
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Carbureted vs. EFI: Fuelab Examines How Fuel Line Size Relates to Fuel Pressure Drop (and Why it Matters)!

Does size really matter when it comes to fuel lines? According to the fuel delivery system experts at Fuelab, it does. It’s because fuel line size and length have a direct […]

Knock sensor replacement on your Chevy/GMC Silverado/Sierra/Tahoe etc. is an easier job than you think.
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Saving Silverado (Part 6): Replacing the Knock Sensor on LS-Powered GM Trucks

Search the Internet about it and you’ll quickly find that failing knock sensors in LS-powered GM trucks are a common occurrence. Replacing a knock sensor may seem like a daunting task once […]

Saving Silverado (Part 5): Updating and Upgrading Your Factory Mirrors
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Saving Silverado (Part 5): Updating and Upgrading Your Factory Mirrors

In this installment of Saving Silverado, we have a super easy upgrade that most anyone can perform without the need for any special tools. We’re upgrading the stock power side mirrors […]

Our Silverado project is looking big and proud with its new lighting and upgraded front grille.
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Saving Silverado (Part 4): Lighting Upgrade for Your Full-Size Chevy Pickup

In our last installment of this Saving Silverado project, we remedied some issues with the HVAC system, and until this point, we’ve been doing a lot of fixing and repairing […]

Project Thunderbolt LS Miata (Part 13): Testing 1,2,3!
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Project Thunderbolt LS Miata (Part 13): Testing 1,2,3!

It’s been a while since we’ve had an update on Tom Tharp’s Project Thunderbolt LS3 Miata build. Since finishing the car back in June, Tharp has been racking up the […]

Does it feel a bit warm inside your Silverado? Don’t worry, most of the problems causing that are pretty easy to fix.
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Saving Silverado (Part 3): Getting the HVAC System Operating Properly

No one likes sweating in a hot car in the middle of summer, and it’s especially infuriating when there is a perfectly good air conditioning system on board that doesn’t […]

Member of the Family (Part 1): We Build a Ford 408 Windsor for an Old Family Friend
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Member of the Family (Part 1): We Build a Ford 408 Windsor for an Old Family Friend

When it comes to friendships, there’s not much that people value higher than loyalty and steadfastness. You know, that type of friend that you can always count on to be […]

Two-Day Thrash! Auto Revolution Builds a 1962 Chevy C10 From the Ground up in 2 Days!
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Two-Day Thrash! Auto Revolution Builds a 1962 Chevy C10 From the Ground up in 2 Days!

Weekends always go by way too fast. And when you’re racing the clock to finish a project, time seems to fly by even more quickly. The guys at Auto Revolution and […]

Here you can see the spare wheel in use. In its place under the bed was a Nissan wheel of some sort that looked similar to the factory 16s, but was indeed a different bolt pattern. The tires were mismatched as well and in very poor condition.
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Saving Silverado (Part 1): Purchasing, Assessing the Issues & Getting Started with Repairs

Automotive enthusiasts have been modifying trucks as long as they have been around, and the GMT800 series Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra truck body style built from 1999-2006 is certainly one of the most popular body […]

Stroker FE: Build a Hot Ford 390/431FE Stroker with Help from Summit
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Stroker FE: Build a Hot Ford 390/431FE Stroker with Help from Summit

Ford’s timeless FE series big-block has been making legendary amounts of power for nearly 60 years with those first examples showing up for ’58 in Ford, Mercury, and Edsel. Early […]